Discover the natural world and the connections that make nature work in this 16-part series for students in grades 3-6. Student host Patrice Forrester and Senior Naturalist Dave Erler of the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, explore the ways living things interact with the environment.Visit NatureWorks Website
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Patrice looks at how plants and animals adapt to their environments.
Coloration is a structural adaptation that helps animals and plants survive.
Patrice looks at the important role decomposers and scavengers play in the natural world.
Patrice looks at life in lakes, streams, and wetlands.
Junior Naturalist Patrice looks at how all living things need a habitat.
Patrice looks at how invasive species can change an environment.
Patrice looks at some of the factors that could endanger plant and animals species.
Patrice looks at all walks of ocean life.